A patient who visits a physician or physician extender frequently receives a prescription for a medication. That prescription is brought to the pharmacy to be filled. The patient expects professional attention at the pharmacy. Part of that expectation involves any caution or warning the patient should heed while taking the medication. In your role, you […]
Byline: Bushra Ayaz, Faisal Rashid Lodhi and Mehmood Hasan Abstract
Published by New York State Law Reporting Bureau pursuant to Judiciary Law § 431. Appeal by plaintiffs from an order of the Civil Court, Kings County (L. Baily-Schiffman, J.), entered November 18, 2003, which denied the motion by plaintiffs A.B. Medical Services PLLC, Lvov Acupuncture P.C. and Somun Acupuncture P.C. for summary judgment.
Published by New York State Law Reporting Bureau pursuant to Judiciary Law § 431. Appeal by plaintiff from an order of the Civil Court, Kings County (R. Garson, J.), entered June 10, 2003, which granted defendant’s motion to vacate an order granting plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment on default and which restored the matter to […]
In this action to recover the sum of $2,157 in first-party no-fault benefits for medical supplies furnished to plaintiffs assignor, defendant timely denied plaintiffs claims upon the ground of lack of medical necessity, and based upon plaintiffs assignors failure to appear for scheduled independent medical examinations (IMEs).
Plaintiffs commenced this action to recover first-party no-fault benefits for medical services rendered to their assignor, pursuant to Insurance Law § 5101 et. seq., as well as statutory interest and attorney’s fees. Thereafter, plaintiffs moved for summary judgment on their claims in the amount of $14,628.06, on the ground that defendant failed to pay or […]
Byline: Rouhullah Dehghani, Babak Vazirianzadeh, Mehdi Rahimi Nasrabadi and Seyed Abbas Moravvej – Emai: [email protected] ABSTRACT